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The Buggybuddys Guide to Attractions in Pemberton, WA

The Buggybuddys online guide for attractions in Pemberton. Our list includes parks, tours, natural wonders and more for kids of all ages.  Pemberton gets very busy in peak seasons such as school holidays. So be sure to plan ahead, and book local tours and activities in advance to avoid disappointment.

For instance, The Gloucester Tree is a giant Karri tree in the Gloucester National Park. A popular family holiday destination, it is the world’s second tallest fire-lookout tree. Visitors can climb up to a platform in its upper branches for a spectacular view of the surrounding Karri forest.

Alternatively, go off road with Pemberton Discovery Tours. Explore our off-road attractions you won’t want to miss!

On the other hand, The Pemberton Tramway is a privately operated tourist railway in the south west of Western Australia. Take a ride through deep forests and picturesque countryside. The Tramway recreates the history of the timber railways that were so important to the areas development and growth.

Pemberton is only around 3-4 hours drive from Perth CBD, making it perfect for a weekend away or a longer family holiday.

There are a many exciting holiday destinations to explore in the Perth and regional WA for families. Check out our list and make amazing holiday memories with your kids today.

  • Pemberton Discovery Tours

    Pemberton Discovery Tours take you off road to discover the Southern Forest National Parks most magnificent attractions from the safety and comfort of our vehicle.   Perfect for when you have limited time and want to maximize your stay here in the Southern Forest region. BEACH & FOREST ECO ADVENTURE Join us Read more [...]

  • The Pemberton Tramway Company

    The Pemberton Tramway Company Pty Ltd is a privately operated tourist railway in the south west of Western Australia, which conveys tourists through deep forests and picturesque countryside as well as recreating the history of the timber railways that were so important to the regions development and growth.

  • The Gloucester Tree

    The Gloucester Tree is a giant karri tree in the Gloucester National Park of Western Australia. At 53 metres in height, it is the world’s second tallest fire-lookout tree (second only to the nearby Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree), and visitors can climb up to a platform in its upper branches for Read more [...]

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